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Matt Bush-USA TODAY Sports
LSU head coach Ed Orgeron joined the SEC Coaches Teleconference on Wednesday and said that running back Derrius Guice is "very questionable" for Saturday's game vs. Syracuse.


Guice suffered an injury vs. Mississippi State and did not practice on Monday or Tuesday this week.



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WOW! One bad lost in Coach O's time in charge and the fare weathered fans show themselves. It's a very long season let's just see how it all unfords.
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Just look how deep Guice is when the ball is snapped. He is 7 to 8 yards deep. He has to run 7 yards to get to the line of scrimmage. That means any hole has to be held until he can get there. Sometimes a hole is there for just a second. Look at how easy it is for a defense to read where the play is going because they have a damn good idea as axresult of how visible everything is. Who designed this crap?
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That would be Matt Canada.
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The only thing that should be in the "very questionable" category is Os coaching abilities.
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This is like Fournette last season all over again
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It sure seems like it. Well, next man up: Darrell Williams!
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4-8
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Ridiculous
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He's got a future. No reason to burn it up playing for a middle school coach.
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Go pull for Bama!
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This injury situation is beginning to be questionable. Are some of these guys just using any little injury to sit out? Something just seems wrong.
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Don't think Guice is that type. Hit looks rough. 5 guys gang tackling his knees.
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Man, our OLine looks confused and outmatched
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Got his heart broken.... LOL
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LF7 part 2
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Very questionable = Doubtful
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Has did not practice? Come on, Larry. This is going out for the world to see.
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